Fermentation in muscle cells produces lactic acid. This happens when you have overworked your muscles, which can happen during exercise.
Muscle requires a lot of ATP , mitochondria produces ATP
Because mitosis is the splitting of two cells that are not sex cells, nerve cells, or muscle cells and meiosis is the splitting of sex cells. Meiosis produces four cells, but mitosis produces two cells.
Since the mitochondria produces energy and the muscle cells are part of the mitochondria, they use the energy so they can move the joints.
One difference between epithelial cells and muscle cells is their location in the human body. Epithelial cells are skin cells on the outside of the body. Muscle cells are located in the muscle under the skin.
lactic acid and energy
Skeletal muscle is one of the three types of muscle and it is a structure of a striated muscle tissue. The muscle is made up of myocytes or muscle fibers.
Eukaryotic. Muscle cells are part of animals, and Animalia is a kingdom under the domain Eukarya.
it produces lactic acid and energy
During exercise and movement muscle cells begin to undergo fermentation. During fermentation lactic acid is produced causing sore muscles.
You have both intramuscular fat cells and fat cells that occur outside the muscle tissue. Fat can and does form where ever there are fat cells present. So fat can form both above and under muscle tissue.
Mitosis creates body cells - bone, muscle, blood, etc.
yes they are because it is meiosis and not mitosis. Meiosis produces body cells (muscle, body, etc.) and Meosis produces gamete Or sex cells (egg and sperm)
Cardiac muscle cells are muscle cells.
No it i under involuntary control.
The have differentiated so that each only produces certain kinds of proteins.The types of proteins a cell produces determines its function. From structure comes function.
Cardiac muscle cells only have one nucleus. Under a microscope, cardiac muscle cells appear to have more than one nucleus due to the resulting fusion of two or more uninuclear cells
Oddly worded question. Is the question supposed to read: What are the cells under the epidermis called? if so then the answer is that the cells under the epidermis are the dermis cells (connective tissue cells that connect the epithelium to the muscle)
no muscle cells are not branched
Cardiac muscle is made of cardiac muscle cells. Cardiac muscle is under the control of the autonomous nervous system and is not susceptible to fatigue
Muscle cells are smaller than muscle tissues.
Muscle cells don't use fat cells when they are burned. An increase in muscle can raise the metabolism causing the muscle cells to burn off the fat cells in storage.
They are multinucleated because during embryonic development, each skeletal muscle fiber arises from the fusion of myoblasts, which is how they form multinucleated muscle cells.
The muscle cells which commonly branch are the cardiac muscle cells. The other muscles do not have any branched cells.